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Akin vs. Nye. Bill Nye the Science Guy. Sauce is http://dailycurranm/2012/08/30/bill-nye-blasts-todd-akin-challenges-debate/. Science Bill Nye Blasts Todd Akin,

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Bill Nye Blasts Todd Akin, Challenges
F** king idiot' to Debate
Aug 30, 2012
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Bill Nye may still be The Science Guy, but he' s no
longer Mr. Nice Guy.
During a live interview this morning with the
Smithsonian Channel, the mild mannered science
educator unloaded on US. Congressman Todd Akin,
calling him "a fucking idiot" for accusing Nye of
personally provoking Hurricane Issac.
Last week Nye uploaded a video to ‘i' outube urging parents not to teach their children
creationism. At a town hall campaign event yesterday, Akin used the video as an
example of immoral behavior driving god to punish America through extreme weather.
Although reporters reached out to Nye for a statement yesterday, his first discussion of
the matter came this morning at Smithsonian' s Washington EEC. headquarters.
Nye Got a Feeling...
The 56 year old star of the "Bill Nye The Science Guy" was in the studio to
promote his new documentary series focusing on the neuroscience of childhood
development.
After briefly discussing his show, the Smithsonian anchors asked
Nye about Akin' s recent accusation. The normally genial Nye
wasted no time venting his rage about the comments:
White Space "Look, these people they' re fucking retarded. Rape can' t cause
pregnancy? Breastmilk cures homosexuality? I caused a hurricane
by challenging creationism? Who can possibly take these people
seriously anymore?"
The slightly uncomfortable anchors then tried to change the
subject, but Nye persisted:
It used to be these Republicans didn' t believe in global warming or evolution. That was
bad enough. Now they don' t even believe in egg + sperm = baby. Where does Todd Akin
think babies come from? Does he think there are separate storks for people who were
raped and people who weren' t? "
Hey look over there! It' s the rape stork. It drops its babies directly at the orphanage."
He' s a fucking idiot. Just a plain fucking idiot. I' m sorry- I don' t say that word very often -
but it happens to fit in this case. He' sjust a fucking idiot."
Bill Nye Thesilence. Guy I r
Never enter the eye of Hurricane NYE!
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A Decent Proposal
As the stunned anchors hurriedly tried to wind the conversation down and cut to
commercial, Nye stared directly into the camera and issued a challenge to his newshound
rival:
So Todd I got an offer for you. You and me. Anytime. Any place. Debating science
mans amend. I' ll bring the facts, and you bring the Vaseline. Because your ass is gonna
fucking need it when I' m done whipping."
Nye apologized once more for his language before ripping off his microphone and
walking off the set.
Representatives of the Smithsonian Channel say they have no comment on the incident.
Bill Nye could not be reached, but a tweet on his Twiiter account posted
shortly after the incident read:
Never enter the eye of Hurricane NYEA"
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - arukimasu [OP]
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(09/24/2013) [-]
TL;DR Bill Nye called Todd Akin a ******* Retard and promised a harsh verbal asswhooping
User avatar #113 to #1 - zight
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(09/25/2013) [-]
i need some sleep. i swear iust saw his mouth open
User avatar #3 - TehGirman
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(09/24/2013) [-]
Man, Bill Nye was the coolest guy growing up, and he's only gotten cooler now.
User avatar #43 to #3 - brenton
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(09/25/2013) [-]
It's a satirical news article.
User avatar #45 to #43 - TehGirman
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(09/25/2013) [-]
I know that now, but my point still stands.
User avatar #46 to #45 - brenton
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I concur.
User avatar #15 - kennyh
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(09/25/2013) [-]
unfortunately this was a hoax.
#110 to #15 - miyam
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(09/25/2013) [-]
I think that was kind of obvious from the 'I'll bring the facts and you bring the vaseline' comment. Not to mention the puns.
#77 - gevaudan
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#24 - foelkera
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(09/25/2013) [-]
I want a Bill Nye action figure
I want a Bill Nye action figure
User avatar #39 to #24 - vanoreo
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User avatar #40 to #39 - foelkera
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>1 point of articulation - the neck
>Oversized head sculpt
>No kung-fu grip

giddat weak **** out my face *****
User avatar #73 to #40 - vanoreo
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(09/25/2013) [-]
It's a bobblehead
#72 to #39 - Ulmer
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(09/25/2013) [-]
That looks nothing like him.
#74 to #72 - vanoreo
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#76 to #74 - Ulmer
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User avatar #23 - brokentrucker
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"urging parents not to teach their children creationism"



HOW ABOUT INSTEAD OF THAT:

We give them both options, and let them choose what makes the most sense to them? I mean, teach them both.

Also, this assumes that like, the parents are religious.
#34 to #23 - floopin
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HOW ABOUT INSTEAD OF THAT:

We just teach them what really happened without the risk of turning children (who aren't really that great at deciding what "makes sense") into creationists.
#81 to #23 - statewrestler
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(09/25/2013) [-]
i dont understand why this was thumbed down it seems fair it's still their choice i mean really. pic unrelated
i dont understand why this was thumbed down it seems fair it's still their choice i mean really. pic unrelated
User avatar #41 to #23 - Ruspanic
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How about no?
Creationism is not science and has no place in a science class. Public schools are not a place to indoctrinate children with whatever opinions and unsupported beliefs their parents may have.
User avatar #37 to #23 - mangostormlegend
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How about we don't do that and teach them the theory that doesn't involve an invisible magician in the sky?
#42 to #37 - rabidaardvark
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I dont think theres anything wrong with teaching both, as long as it is made clear that one is a scientific theory and the other is a religious belief. I learnt about both and ended up favoring evolution while some of my friends became creationists. I think people understimate young people's ability to make their own decisions.
User avatar #78 to #42 - Ruspanic
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Creationism can be taught as a tenet of Christianity in, say, a religion or a theology class. It doesn't belong in a science class alongside the theory of evolution.
User avatar #57 to #42 - mangostormlegend
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I think people underestimate young people's ability to take information to heart. Imagine what would happen if someone were to grow up a devout creationist, in a time where society is increasingly supportive of the scientific theory. They would be totally out of sync with reality.
#59 to #57 - rabidaardvark
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How does being a creationist automatically make them out of sync with reality? I know plenty of creationists and they're completely normal. tbh its the other evolutionists i know who cause the problems by starting arguments with them every chance they get.
User avatar #91 to #23 - kiratheunholy
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We can't teach creationism in school, unless proof arises that is not fabricated that it might be true.

In my opinion we shouldn't be teaching any theories in school that aren't proven to be true. That means theories like the big bang theory, and the theory of evolution should be taught as theories. If you want to teach creationism in school teach it as a 'belief' and not a fact.

Though I'm afraid this would never work because of how biased people are, so it can't be taught in schools.

Now scrolling down to the other comments like mine I see they were blindly downthumbed by religious nuts, so bring on your red thumbs. I can take them!
User avatar #114 to #91 - jacksonrhoads
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evolution isn't a theory, its scientific fact. change over time did happen and is continuing .there is a plethora of evidence supporting it. if you still think its just a theory, you just haven't been educated, simple as that.
User avatar #121 to #114 - Ruspanic
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It's a scientific theory, dude. That doesn't mean it's insufficiently supported, that just means it's an explanation for how things happen rather than an empirical observation.
User avatar #119 to #114 - kiratheunholy
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Read my comment below, thanks.
#98 to #91 - asasqw
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Then I guess we should never tell people about infinity then. There is a difference between a theory and an accepted theory.
User avatar #100 to #98 - kiratheunholy
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I'm aware of that but if I sided too much even unintentionally with science all of the bible-jockeys would've jumped me.
#102 to #100 - asasqw
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If a man won't stand up for what he believes in he will bow for anything.
If a man won't stand up for what he believes in he will bow for anything.
User avatar #103 to #102 - kiratheunholy
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Yeah unfortunately red thumbs are capable of getting you banned in high enough quantities. The admin has taken to IP banning as of late too. I quite enjoy visiting this site so I have to be careful of the jimmies I rustle.
#67 to #23 - justapubbie
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As long as you also teach them about Zeus and the titans, Shiva, The spaghetti monster and every other insane idea people can come up with. It wouldn't be fair to ignore all those other religions just because you don't believe in it, right?
User avatar #89 to #67 - dapianoman
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No, that's not really how it is. The fact is, Christianity and Islam are the two of the most significant religions in the history of the world. Why would you teach kids about a religion if it's that obscure?
User avatar #92 to #89 - kiratheunholy
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So your reasoning is only teach kids the religions that the majorities believe in? Nice reasoning, I guess we should all just conform to the majority in life, right? No need for anybody to be unique let's all just conform to the majority like you say. Obscure? Nah forget about the obscure, only significant religions here.
User avatar #94 to #92 - dapianoman
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I never said (not once) that anyone should conform to anything. All I said was that, the reason students are not taught about things which are obscure, is that they are simply unnecessary and not a lot of people know a lot about them. Which one of your teachers knows extensive knowledge about Pastafarians? And which subject would they teach that in? Obviously, if there were someone very knowledgeable in these subjects, and their school happened to have enough money and students interested in learning such a thing, then by all mean I believe they should open up a course or at least a club.
User avatar #95 to #94 - dapianoman
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Let me stress that I have never, not a single time in my comment, said anything about anyone conforming to anything at all. I believe in people's rights to believe in whatever they choose to believe in.
User avatar #26 to #23 - heartlessrobot
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Or, we could continue to teach facts and let them choose if they want religion or not.
#109 to #26 - anon id: 6799ed66
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Just throwing this out there a lot of science being taught in schools today is still considered a hypothesis but is a widely accepted hypothesis. Then if you think about it many religions ideals can be considered unproven but widely accepted as well. In addition much of Christianity helped form a lot of society most important laws and form a civilized social structure that current generations are bent on trying to over through regardless if it makes sense or not. Not saying crazy religious ***** are right, but we can't ignore the possibility and importance of all views.
#68 - captiancook
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Nye's face when.
#16 - thatonenerd
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I'll probably get thumbed down so far down the internet won't even exist anymore, but Bill Nye is kind of an asshole. I've heard that he got let go from a teaching position at Cornell for being a dick to anyone of his students who wasn't an atheist.
User avatar #70 to #16 - yusay
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Do you actually have any proof?
#101 to #70 - thatonenerd
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Nothing that comes to mind, just had a fire team leader who had him as a professor at Cornell who said he was an asshole and at the very least got some sort of official reprimand for yelling at a girl who showed up to class with a cross on her necklace. At the very least, they try not to have him teach too many classes, because he tends to be an ass to anyone who shows any signs of religious beliefs. Of course, I'm going to get thumbed down for saying mean things about peoples childhood idol.
User avatar #21 to #16 - reaperriley
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You heard? Are you sure it wasn't a rumor man? Always have to be careful about that stuff regardless of who is the subject matter.

Like personally, while I support OP's "evidence" of Bill Nye I highly doubt this actually happened till I get some form of proof. Still great none the less.
#22 to #21 - thatonenerd
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Heard about it from a team leader I had, who had him as a professor when he went to Cornell. So I heard it first hand from someone, I'm just kind of fuzzy on the exact details, which is why I added "I heard" to it instead of stating it like something I read off the news.
User avatar #28 to #22 - thatonesouthernkid
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i hate to say it but the news isn't always a reliable source anymore.
#29 to #28 - thatonenerd
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I know. That's why if I had heard it from the news, I would have given a source so you could evaluate it yourself. Since I'm just telling you something I heard from a first hand source, I can't really post the source so instead I include a disclaimer. I tend to be kind of picky about that kind of stuff, which is probably why the works cited pages for school papers tends to be multiple pages with each sources having possible bias's listed. I think my user name is rather accurate.
#31 to #29 - thatonesouthernkid
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our usernames have only one word differentiating the two. and furthermore just might be polar opposites.
our usernames have only one word differentiating the two. and furthermore just might be polar opposites.
User avatar #32 to #31 - thatonesouthernkid
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make that two words.
User avatar #82 - chaosbreaker
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Don't even care if fake, still had a good laugh imagining Bill say the words ******* idiot, Rape Stork, and "I'll bring the facts, you bring the Vaseline",
#52 - nyanturtwig
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Rape stork
Rape stork